Facebook's undergoing a lot of updates, with its logo seeing the most recent one. What changed? The new Facebook logo becomes even more simplified with the removal of the blue line under the Internet-ubiquitous “F” symbol we’ve all become well-acquainted…
With all the excitement surrounding Facebook's new app family, it's easy to get ahead of ourselves and clamor for what's to come. But what's the come ... comes with some strings attached; if you want to be one of the first to get Facebook Home, there are a few…
Facebook users might have noticed that the tab search your Graph Search history disappeared, but Facebook said that it was simply a bug that's been fixed. Thankfully, everything is back in working order and all this incriminating and shameful Graph Searches…
...We've got a few ideas. While the secret network keeps its roadmap cards close to the chest, its recent feature launches and some insider insight (and hey, some gut instincts) help us get an idea where Facebook is heading.
Social media does not kill romance. In fact, tools like Facebook and Twitter can inspire it! Just ask this couple featured in a unique proposal video.
It took Facebook 9 months to fix a bug that reveals your phone number, which prompts the question, can we truly keep our information private online? The answer, yet again: probably not.
Be careful of what you publish or like on Facebook, now that just about everything about you can easily be discovered on Facebook's Graph Search.
Graph Search is Facebook's new, shiny feature - and Russian search engine Yandex's Wonder might actually one-up it. So what does Facebook do? Pull access, of course.
Introduced last week, the Facebook Graph Search roll out continues. Now that we've got our hands on the new feature, we had to give it a try.
The new Facebook Graph Search holds a lot of promise, but it could also make you look really, really dumb. A new Tumblr showcasing just that has gone viral, and the rest of us should take note before Graph Search is fully rolled out.
Like any Facebook user, you're bound to have embarrassing photos or comments hidden deep in your profile. So before Graph Search digs up your dirt, check out Facewash to find posts that should stay forgotten.
Facebook unveiled Graph Search this week, and, even though it wasn't the fabled Facebook Phone, the new feature makes Facebook all the more powerful in the hands of users. Desktop users, that is. Here's why Facebook should move search onto mobile tout de…
Facebook may be behind the bulk of Graph Search, but the social network is turning to Bing to supplement its database.
Facebook is rolling out a new product called Graph Search, the tool that will finally make sense of all the seemingly useless tagging, checking-in, and friend-making you've been doing for the last who-knows-how-many years.
A Facebook Phone it is not, but the social network is leveraging a new function that could change the way we interact with the platform: Graph Search.